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ECONOMY FRIDAY?BTONB A THOMAS.
Stone & Thomas.
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IOC
winw
BJlOLLKItS
10?
BREAD
1IOAKDS
29C
8P211NKMNQ
CANS
19C
? NO. * WASH
A. BOILEHS
: 47c
LUNCH
BOXES
9?
C LOTTIES
WRINGERS
$1.47.
PENCIL
TABLETS
ov
WRITING
TABLETS
IOC
43C
PAPER NAPKINS
100 FOR
19C
WOOD FIBRE
TAILS
29C
ECONOMY
Friday
REMNANTS OF
Wash Goods.
Short lengths of nil the
fashionable WASH DRESS
GOODS. Many of the pret
tiest things of the year are
still here, but the chance
to buy them at half their low
est value cannot last long
Come to-day. ?
Remnants of Dimity Lawns
and Batiste 2c yard.
Remnants of I2!ic Lawn 5c.
Remnants of 15c and 19c
Lawn Sc.
And all other remnants at
the same ratio.
top,
House Furnishing
Department....
Mason's Fruit Jars, pints
and quarts, per dozen '49c.
Jelly Tumblers, tin top,
1-3 pints, per dozen 21c.
Jelly Tumblers, tin
1*2 pints, 24c.
Tin Fruit Funnel 4c.
Paper Novels 9c, three for
25c.
14-inch I.awn Mowers, ? 5
kind, at S2.9S.
Garden Hose at SKc, iikc
and 15c per foot.
Star Soap 3c.
Granite and Iron Preserv
ing Kettles, all sizes.
Croquet Sets at 75c and 85c.
Screen windows 15c.
Hammocks, Si. 50 kind, at
$ 1.19.
A good Hammock for, 69c.
Castile Soap 2c.
A (1001) '
SCIIL'U IlltCBIL
5?
60-FOOT
CLOTHES LINE
9?
a noon
BllOOM
IOC
NAIL
? BRUSHES
3P
CREPE
PAPER
17?
HUNTER'S
FLOUR SIFTERS
9?
HEN'NIS*
FRUIT PRESS
3
3C
ENAMEMNE
STOVE POLISH.
4?
POUND
WRITING PAPER
19C.
WATER
TUMBLE IIS,
PER DOZEN
24C
THREE
TIN CITPS
FOR
5C
FLOUR
CANS
S5C
TOILET PAPER
SIX FOR
25C
BOX OF
WRITING PAPER
AND ENVELOPES
9C
Stone & Thomas.
JTJIT BAEGAIN OFFERINGS?GEO. M. SNOOK li CO.
? Cessation
-IN OXTXX
July Bargain Offerings.
? THESE TO BE FOUND ON SPECIAL
COUNTER?MARKET STREET ETnD.
AT ONE-HALF PRICE
One Lot of Men's and Boys' Balbriggan and Jersey
Ribbed Shirts and Drawers.
I
AT SPECIAL LOW PRICE
All Dress and Negligee Shirts,
AT COST TO CLOSE
Mother's Friend and Union Makes of Boys' .Waists.
Geo.M.Snook & Co.
YOUR VACATION OUTFIT?M'FADDEN'S.
YOUR
? 00
VACATION OUTFIT
M NOT COM I'LKTK I IN" LKS-3 C0MP08KD 01'
M'Faddcn'a Thin Uudorwcar nt 2Fic, r.c, tfic.
McFaddcn'w Nt'Kllffoe Shirts ut r.Oc, 7fic, f)So.
McFuddcn's Summer Hocks at 10c, 12V?c, 25a
McFaddon'* WsihIi NecktloH at r>e, 10c," 12V&U.
McFaddon'a Traveling Capri at lOc, lfic, 25c"
\ i,;. r i? is oki: ok
McFaddcn'fl Trawling Haw at 75c, ?1 00, U SO,
\McFADDEH'S ORE-PRICE STORE,
1320 a 1322
Market St.
SHOES?J. II. LOCKE SIIOB COMPANY.
Gold Doliar Shoe Values!
EXCHANGED FOR SILVER DOLLARS,
Ladies' Dongola Hand Turn Oxfords, Tipped,
Ladies' Tnn Oxfords, correct sinpe:; ana shades,
Ladies' One Strap and Ruckle Sandal, .
$1.00
1.00
. 1.00
J. H. LOCKE SHOE CO.
0
nt{.?!?? r if i 1 attention tliry need II
muni ?l..o. 111! ur" ??nnBtron*. uml may
VrthJ Lii !j '>llir 'H mischief. Kfi|>
II?.. yollr rlPttr b,v
Nriiui.-U "l>'ctnelcs, which HAVIi llw
iu.'.;I'ft'vi-ru iiradai.'Iiij.
or K?iiVf Hi?l! "w!' "5, of thneycM, blurring
i i 0 I*-'1" 'ill defects of Hlullt
n^ST'OMATIBM. Consult us;
?iivSi 1.1! i'0"' Nu clmrK" I* tmxlit if
nt? n? ua to wh,,,ll"r Kl"""
I'ror. IiEVITT, Jlnnnifor.
Dillon, Wheal & lluncher Co.
OlUmi Nil, aanu.l ai roiirU(iiitltMtr?nt.
?Vnr (tilrrrll?iii?m?,
Your VUKlllon Outflt-MeFndden's
One Price Store?Eighth l'age,
.Economy Frlduy-Stono & Tliomas
Elglilli l ilgi*.
For Sole?Smith & Dickinson.
For Kent?Two Olllccs Adjoining In
tlio City Bank lJulldlng.
Wheeling l'ark Cnolno-Tho I,yrlc
Comic Ojiera Com puny.
Mcttwurstt?H. F. llehrens.
we Start You In Business for 10c.
Meeting?The T. II.t Club of Wheeling.
Cocoa Butter?K. It. hist,
For Sale?Simpson & lluxlctt.
Fresh Arrlvnl?Albert Stolje & Co.
ITronU iiikI ten
. uiivt* tliur lit urt tlm
| title of Prof, (J i. AVn
? lmv? mini 17,000
. IM-r^oimwitli ulNi?ra
' without tliU nior
inott* outlay of time
niul money.
?.?.? .. ?'*<'<>? W.OIIUIHI,
? trectl.*'1 *M,I I',ve'n'?
ltrNilrrnaf Die IXTKLMUKM'KU going
out of toivn for I lie summer ran Imvn thr
lNTKl.LUJRlVCEH mnllrtl to tlirm for
flftren rents per Wffk, pontage fire. Ail
?lrr..?.cl?.i.Rr.l whenever .le.lre.l.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
5fKttrr? of Minor'Moment In anil About
tlif Cttv. ?>
Ho came to town to-day,
Htoopln' at a big hotel;
Nothln* at all to say.
Nothln' at all to tell?
Candidate??Well,, 1 swan!
llow'd you ever ketch on 2
At the Wheeling Park Casino to
night? Balfe's "Bohemian Girl."
"Pinafore" will bp sung at the special
matinee ut the park Casino to-morrow
afternoon.
..x?MXt, ,,^'cdnesday' un.I Thursday
Mikado will be presented at the
? heeling l'ark Casino for the llr.it time
here In years.
A well Known Democratic candidate
for commissioner In the Fifth ward, has
a sign on his window which litis* been
attracting attention lately. |L reads
Uoos and shoes for Bale."
*ntra,l Temple No. 4, Ladle* of the
Golden Eagle, has made arrangements
to give its first picnic at Whitman's
grove, on Saturday. July 25. Uachman's
orchestra will furnish the music.
MIsa Elizabeth Tlmtnons, a well
known luuy or Honey's Point, 11111!
daughter of William Tlnunons, of that
place, di"d yesterday afternoon at 3
o clock, ller funeral will occur at her
father's residence at 10 o'clock Saturday
morning.
The figures In the report of the asses-'
sore printed in yesterday's Intelligencer
relating to the assessment of- real estate
in the Sixth and Eighth wards, were
transposed. They should have read.
?i rnil rtAttr^ and Eighth ward
51,520,510.
Henry Troutwine loaned his horse to
a friend Monday to go to 11 fishing camp
up .he river. When the friend had ar
rived at his destination he turned the
horse loose. The animal wandered up
to the railroad track and was struck by
a passing train and killed.
Yesterday, at her home In Wellsburg,
occurred the death of Mlvs Margaret
Sue Paul!, daughter of the late Judge
James Paull. in the twenty-third year
of her age. The news of her demise will
be received with tuirrow by the young
lady h many Whe- ling friends.
The St. John's Home, on'Thlrteenth
street has moved to quarters at Kim
Grove, and the building on Thirteenth
street will be remodeled and put in shape
for the Christian Brothers who will
come here and teach the boys of the
larlsh school, at the beginning'of the
fall term.
A bicycle accident occurred on Main
street near Twenty-fourth last night.
A young man coming around the corner
at a high rate of speed ran Into a young
lady scorching" down Main street. The
result* was that the two wheels and
riders were piled In a heap on the street
ear track.
The Interior of th- postomee 1* receiv
Ing a much needed coat of paint. Some
of the local painters complained that
the work was not being done according
to the speculations, The Inspector of
public Improvements came here yester
day from Washington, D. C., and after
looking over the work, declared it satis
factory.
The work of tearing dmvn the old
Pailsh school building on Cathedral
square In progressing rapidly and ut
present only a part of the foundation re
mains to he taken away. The grading
an< digging of tl?. cellar /or the ne"?
building has l??en started un.I In under
the personal direction of Hev. Father
JnUttloll.
Yesterday the firm of O. M. AVelde
.v.",-c;,.^Co" l',ll,n'K'i'H. doing buslness.at
Main street, South Side, avuigned'to
MM for l,u* of eiVMlitors.
lhe Hqbilities will foot up fcj.ooo, and it
is not thought a settlement will bo made
on a basis better than fifty per cent.
I he timesvmust be hard \\%?n a plumber
goes t(? tin? wall.
During the past week there has hardlv
been a day that there was not a call for
th?? police patrol wagon for use as an
ambulance, and the ne^l of a modern
hospital ambulance was never felt more
I ho patrol In little belter than an ex
press wagon for this purpose and is by
no means what It ought to be. The ellv
?mould have an ambulance.
A special meeting of the conference
committee of the first and second
branche* of council wufuto have beet
held last night for the purpo.ie of re.
opening the hearing on the application
of the West Virginia Sand Company. K
pi 1\lieges on the public landing, lint as
was hei'd!' WaS ,,0t |,n!wnl' 1,0 ^"tl.?g
Last evening u carpenter nam.wi
I- rank Crane became Involved In a dim
fiilty with "Muck" Tyler, a colored Z
on the upper Market square, fin,:
chased Tyler with a chair. Ty or e| ,d
"P against him. * uialked
"? MU. III Id,,11 A,\ CO.
BIG MEETING.
A I'ropo.Httil Trl.Stiilu Itcpllhllttilii
Kiililloulloii .IIccIImk
TO lin 111:1.1) AT .DOCK I'OINT,
?i
InWrstrrii I'riiiuylvmila-Tlifl MrflliiK
l? Ifrlng Arrnitgril l?y t'ol, Moody, of
llir I'riiii*) I vhuIh Mitrt-Wril Virginia
ICtprcltil lo llnvv it ]iir|(d IKrprrat nU
tlon-Uovcruur ^IclClnlrj* May lie Oiip
of IIipNpml?rra-l'ollllrlaii* In Tu\ni.
A mounter political meeting In on the |
tapis. Prominent Republicans of Wont
cm Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Vlr
glnla havo united In nn effort to bring
about a Kut he ring of the party leodurs
at ft mass meeting to bo held at Hock
Point, forty mile? from Pittsburgh,at an
early date next month. It Is proposed
that the Presidential campaign shall bo
opened on thin occasion and that the
first big Runs of the battle be fired from
tlw "Rocks."
Colonel Sain Moody, assistant general |
passenger liei>nt of the Pennsylvania
IIiich went of Pittsburgh, left fpr Cleve- I
land hint night us the representative of |
the party of enthusiasts who are ugltat
Ing tlw Hock Point maw meet
ing, suya the Pittsburgh Leader, i
Mr. Moody Is a . close friend |
of Senator Quay's and bin ntlsn
lon to the Forest City has in view a
conference with National Chairman
Mark Hantia and the members of the
executive committee who are now In
consultation there. Mr. Moody Is san
gulne that the managers of the cam
paign will take kindly to the project.
It Is to be a,trl-atate affair and has
tlw backing of the prominent politicians
of each of the three states. A list of
speakers has been .prepared find It In
cludes the names of Major McKlnley,
Garret A. Uobart, (Speaker Thomas 11.
Heed, of Maine, Senator Quay, General
Allison, Mark Hanna and several other
distinguished m"n of the party. ,
An effort has been made to keep the
movement quiet, but It leaked out
through the departure of Colonel |
Moody.
IN CLERK HOOK'S OFFICE.
| DfMli l(r< onlril, 3Urrln';r T.lrritsrs I??tiril
hiiiI Oilier Transactions,
In Clerk Hook's ofllce yesterday,
bill of assagnment was admitted to re
cord by Otto M. Weldebuwch, the South
Side plumber. The assignment is made
for the benefit of all creditors without
preference or priority.
A deed was recorded whereby Henry
A. Knapp, of Chicago, transfer* to Caro
line Knapp, of Grand Island, Nebraska,
lot So. 35. in Zane's addition, coualdera- I
tlon $1,GUQ.
The CrlmliiNl foiul.
The case of the state vs. John and
| Fannie Juencke for entering and rob
bing the Maxwell mansion, came up for
trial In the criminal court yesterday and
a very large crowd assembled to hear
the testimony. The Jury f* composed of
Messrs. William S. Col^mun. John II.
Clarke. John 10. Smith, George C. Crlss,
J. W. Coleman, Peter W. Altmeyer, John
M. DInsmore, J. O. SchenTleln, A. C\
Wagner, A. A. Wheat, C. II. Richards
anil Joseph McCuskey. -
Prosecuting Attorney Howard repre
sents the state and Attorney Xe3bltt the
defendants. The various articles found
at the Juencke house and In the brick
yard were admitted as evidence and
several witnesses were examined. The
ease will probably go to the Jury to
morrow night or Monday.
A Child Kujoys
The pleasant llavor, gentle action, and
soothing efTect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative. and if the father
or mother be costive or bilious, the moat
gratifying results follow It* use; so that
it is the best family remedy known and*
every family should have a bottle.
Xollrr of Itrmovnl. (
The Baltimore & Ohio ticket office and |
passenger station, including baggage de
partment.,!).? been removed to tempo- i
rary quarters on Water street. South
Side, between Twentieth and Twenty- j
first streets. The change tak*s ?*ffeet on
and after July 15. T. C. 1UTHKK.
% Passenger Agent.
JUST HIU r.lVKO.
Another lot of tl?o?c clrynut All-Wool
$l).UOTr<MitrriilK>. llnvltiKjnit liu rrmnl
our ra|Mu-ltv we nrc |irt?pnrrd to iiinkv up
nt short nottrc. S
1 C.I IKS* ?O.Vl,
Fnshloiinhle Tullors null (Scill** Furnltll- j
ci?. i:r:i nml lOT.'l ,1Ui ktl Mrrrt.
IT'S all the same, a slight cold, con
gested lungs or severe cough. One Min
ute Cou?h Cure banishes them, i
| Charles H. Goetze. corner Twelfth and |
! Market streets: Howie & Company!
j Hridgeport; Pea body & Hon, Uenwood.
Anisniiirut, ,
The elegant, fresh, up-to-date stock |
of Gas, Fleetrie and Combination Elec
tric Chambers. Celling and Rracket
Lights, of GFORGFC. VAN KIUK. 710
Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, is now being
closed out ut assignee's sale. This was
the leading house and carried the larg
est and finest stock in the city. The
goods are being sacritleed below cost to
manufacture thnn._ tmv&f
LAST summer one of our grand chil
dren was sick with a severe bowel
trouble. Our doctor's remedies had
failed, then we tried Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which gave very speedy relief. We
regard It as the best medicine ever put
on the market, for bowel complaints.?
Mrs. F. G. Gregory. Frederlckstown,
Mo. This certainly is the best modi- j
cine ever put on the market for dvsen- j
tery, ciumincr complaint, colic and
cholera Infantum In children. It never |
fails to give prompt relief when used
In reasonable time and the plain print
ed directions are followed. Many moth
ers have expressed their sincere grat
itude for the (Hires It has effected.
llcudnehe cured In 20 minutes by Dr.
Miles' Pain l'llls. "One cent u dose." At I
driiui;l?ts*N 1
TAKF a dose of De Witt's Little
Farly Risers Just Tor the nood u^y i
will do you. These little l'llls are good
for Indigestion, good fur headache,
good for liver complaint, good tor
constipation. They are , good.
Charles It. Goetze, corncr Twelfth and
Market streets; TJuwIo & Company,
lirldgeport; l'cabody &. Sotj, Hcnwood.
5
Use Dr. Miles' Nerve l'lusters for Spinal
Weakness. All druKBlHtH hoII 'em for 25c. |
ALL KINDS OF EVES FITTED.
1.US HXAJIIXKD l'OIl IJI.ISSBS
nii'.K or chain;!:.
If J'ou nrril Nprrtaelrs, ryr, t|r? ,lr hrn.l
?u In n \i lieu irmllMK or Hewing, coiiiull iu
nml Imvr youcrvr* U.nl for c i ?r!
fr. r of Hi... Kr. Dlflleiilt cnscs ? sure til 1m]
Ifjou Imvr trlnl others nml ftillrd to
ni??l gln?*<* to suit your rvri, iionui in
mill we u-lll grind spreliil Kinases fori'our
;"s,*;?? tni.r.I..,.i? ,
"'<? 'v, i' mi
<|iini'trrn for Artltlulnl ftyvn, ,
Tan nun atiOi'timtv-f and KtmstsHBtM.
n
are m a
OVERLOADED!
That's the plain English of it IV careful count \vc find
we've still got four hundred more Men's Suits than we
should have at this season of the year. There's no us in
shutting our eyes to the cold facts. There's no business
like excuse for longer delaying the inevitable. .We're at the
bridge, and may as well cross first ai'last. The quicker lie
gun the quicker done. Anibitiont-i-profit?cost?every
thing shall be laid low in subservience to this all-important
task of lightening the load?lowering the stock. We're
going about this mcrciless?moneyless undertaking sys
tematically. Wp're practically turning our Clothing-Depart
ment over to you. Everybody shall have a chancc
Choicc of every Light Weight Suit that \vere,$io, now.....
Choice of every Light Weight Suit that were $15 and 12,
' now
Choicc of every Light Weight Trouser that were $6 and $5,
now
Choicc of all Light Weight Boys' Short Pants Suits that were
$<3 and $5, now
Choicc of all Boys' Light Weight Long Pants.Suits that were
?10 and $58, now
? %
The Enormity of This Sale....
Must appeal to every thinking man. You can yield to their
temptations with perfect security, for what THE HUB does
is legitimate?what THE HUB sa'ys'is true?what THE
HUB promises is fulfilled?and this is,the greatest slaugh
ter of prices?greatest sacrifice of* values?greatest week
of willful wasting that Wheeling has ever entered upon.
THE HUB
Clothiers, Hatters
and Furnishers.
Market and Fourteenth Sts.
J^The Largest and Only Strictly One-Price House in the State.
FURNITtTBE?WHITE, HANDLE? & FOSTER.
What's the use of keeping house when you have
nothing in it. We's'ell
Furniture on Easy Payments.
Carpets on Easy Payments.
Stoves on Easy Payments.
Bicycles on Easy Payments.
JYOUR CREDIT IS GOOD.!
> I
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
2245-47-49 Market Street, Wast Side Lower Market House.
SIDEBOARDS, CHINA CUPBOAD3, ETC,
Now is
Your Chance!
GREATER REDUCTIONS
1 han ever have been made in the extensive line
of Furniture at 1117 Main street, and tor the
next two weqjfs we will place on sale the entire
stock of
SIDEBOARDS, CHINA CUPBORDS AND EXTENSION TABLES
AT A FRACTION OF THEIR REAL VALUE.
Also 20 styles of Oak, Cane Seat Dining Room (Tl C AA
Chairs, goods that sold at $10 and Si2, ,nfi I
your choice at - vj/l/ivv
r 1)07 IS
I'MV ll.VI.I- I
CHAMBER SUITS, CHIFFONIERS,
WARDROBES and
PARLOR FURNITURE
r? IN LIKE PROPORTION.
Do not fail to examine these goods, as it is the chance
of a life time.'
J. k. nAi.1..
Assignoo of Alox. Frow, 1117 Main StrooU

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